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July 12

2019

Glass Growers Gallery presents Jason Amantangelo's "Optic Stimulation"

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Jason Amatangelo is known for his brightly colored low relief abstract paintings. The artist likes to call them analog 3-D paintings. In a world where everything needs to be plugged in, Jason’s paintings give the illusion of 3 dimensions without a wire.  Jason’s work has been shown all over the US and received many awards for his work. Jason’s process for making his paintings include many steps, and the use of high-tech C&C equipment. Primary done with an Airbrush, the acrylic paint pops against the contrasting dark backgrounds used in his paintings. His paintings may look digital but are meticulously made by hand jumping between traditional techniques, CAD and other design software. The layering you see in his work gives each painting its own life. The image will have subtle changes due to the light in the room or the angle the viewer looks at the image.

Jason’s work has been shown all over the US and received many awards for his work. Jason’s process for making his paintings include many steps, and the use of high-tech C&C equipment. Primary done with an Airbrush, the acrylic paint pops against the contrasting dark backgrounds used in his paintings. His paintings may look digital but are meticulously made by hand jumping between traditional techniques, CAD and other design software. The layering you see in his work gives each painting its own life. The image will have subtle changes due to the light in the room or the angle the viewer looks at the image.